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Charlene Li’s latest book “The Engaged Leader” makes a compelling case for business leaders to stop making excuses, and start engaging not just customers, but their own employees on digital channels. Pre-order the book now at http://www.charleneli.com/launch-special/
Your company might speak digital, but what about its leader? Charlene Li’s latest book has the definitive guide to how business leaders can digitally engage their employees and customers and galvanize company success. Pre-order “The Engaged Leader” at http://www.charleneli.com/launch-special/
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“Charlene Li practices what she teaches in The Engaged Leader: She is a master at listening, sharing, and engaging. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to develop connections that enable innovative ideas to emerge.”
“Charlene Li has done it again. In this smart, practical book, she argues that leaders can no longer hide behind their social media teams or the digital natives in their organization. They’ve got to get up close and personal. Anyone who is ready to take his or her leadership to the next level should read The Engaged Leader and follow Li’s specific, actionable program for using social media to extend one’s influential and knowledge.”
— Daniel H. Pink, author of To Sell Is Human and Drive.
“Finally—a leadership book loaded with great ideas that you can read in one sitting! Charlene Li, one of the most remarkable minds in business today, continues to challenge our definition of what it takes to lead effectively in the digital era. If you want to have a more meaningful influence for others in the future, start here: The Engaged Leader is the ultimate guide for anyone aspiring to lead in this new era. If you miss this book, you risk being left behind.”
—Tom Rath, author, Strengths Finder 2.0 and Are You Fully Charged?